Holocaust Memorial Assembly

Monday, 27 January 2020

On 27th January 2020, we gathered as a school for a special assembly in remembrance of the victims of the Holocaust.

Holocaust Memorial Day, or International Holocaust Remembrance Day, is the day that the British Government, alongside many others worldwide, has designated as a day of remembrance for the millions that were murdered by Nazi persecution during the Holocaust. It also remembers those killed through atrocities committed during conflicts in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Darfur.

We talked about how people suffered racism and hatred and we talked about how we are all responsible for showing compassion and love to everyone we meet in life. We asked for God’s blessing on us all, that we may live out the Gospel through acts of kindness. Finally, we lit a candle and gathered in prayer to remember those who died in concentration camps:

Eternal rest give unto them O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon them.
May they rest in peace.

Eco Warriors

Tuesday, 15 October 2019


Our Eco-Warriors are on a mission! They did a great job last week selling uniform and old exercise books raising £26 towards the recycling bins we want in school. Keep your eye out for further sales in the future—we have quite a sales team amongst our pupil body!


Live Prayer with Archbishop Bernard

Tuesday, 15 October 2019


On Wednesday, we gathered as a school to join with Archbishop Bernard Longley in praying the Rosary. This special live feed was accessed by nearly 400 schools around the diocese. The Archbishop gave all of our pupils a special  message live from St. Chad’s Cathedral in  Birmingham. In his message, he urged us all to pray for Blessed John Henry Newman who will be canonised in Rome on Sunday. Newman spent much of his ministry in Birmingham. It is very special that he is to be a saint.


Reception Reading Workshop

Tuesday, 15 October 2019

Thanks to those parents who were able to attend our workshop last week to find out more about how they support their child’s reading. Feedback was positive and pupils enjoyed the opportunity to work with a parent. As a working parent myself, I fully understand that it can be difficult to attend everything but please remember that other family members are always welcome to attend.


Our EYFS Stars!

Tuesday, 15 October 2019

September 2019

We are all so proud of our Nursery and Reception pupils. They are happy, confident and kind—we couldn’t ask for more. We appreciate the hard work you obviously invest in your children. Thank you.

Y5 Artists

Monday, 15 July 2019

A few weeks ago, some of our Year Five pupils went to Bishop Challoner to take part in an Art project. Their finished work was delivered to school. It is fantastic! We are very proud of them.

KS1 and KS2 Sports Day

Friday, 12 July 2019



What fun the children, staff and parents had this week. Thank you to all the staff for organising the sports events, especially Mr Brownhill and Mr Davis. It was lovely to see the happy smiling faces of the children – even if they were worn out by the end of the day!

End of Term Relaxation – 3rd July 2019

Wednesday, 10 July 2019

After a busy year of hard work, each class had an opportunity to take part in a relaxation session this week.

The sessions were led by Mimi, who appears on CBBC in Gym Stars. The children and staff were incredibly positive about the sessions. We will be welcoming Mimi back in September to do some more work with the children.

Music concert – 10th July 2019

Wednesday, 10 July 2019

Well done to our tin whistle and clarinet pupils who gave a great concert this week. We have some very talented musicians in our school.


Y2 Signing Concert – 28th June 2019

Friday, 28 June 2019

Year 2 went to take part in a sign language concert with different schools from Birmingham. The children have been working hard to learn the songs all year and this showed with the amazing performance they produced. Mr Brownhill, Miss Clay and Mrs Orton were so proud of them all! Also, a big thank you to the parents who came to support the children this morning.